Hospitals are seeing an unexpected rise in deaths after urology surgery. That's according to researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. Doctors were expecting the death rate to *fall* as hospitals shift from inpatient to outpatient procedures. But they found deaths are increasing for many common procedures involving stents and enlarged prostates.
And there's word now that good neighbors could be good for your heart. Researchers tracking the cardiovascular health of 5-thousand Americans over four years.. found those happy with their neighbors and surroundings had their risk of heart attack cut by 22-percent.
(Teri Okita, for CBS News)
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